Wolves in Colorado: After the Vote
Tuesday, March 2 at 5 p.m. MT
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In November, Colorado voters narrowly approved Proposition 114, initiating a managed reintroduction of gray wolves by 2023. Now what? As state agencies and local communities prepare for the species’ return, important conversations continue about the anticipated impacts on agriculture, recreation, tourism, land use, and more. What path will the reintroduction take over the next few years? And how do managers plan to balance both human needs and ecological considerations?
Join us for a special epilogue to our Wolves in Colorado: Science & Stories series on Tuesday, March 2 at 5 p.m. MT, when we'll discuss the road ahead with Colorado Parks & Wildlife Director Dan Prenzlow, a Colorado native and a 33-year veteran of the agency. He’ll discuss the short-term practical implications of the ballot initiative result and then share some of CPW’s longer-term goals and vision for bringing wolves back to the state. Audience members are encouraged to submit questions in advance or live during the presentation for potential inclusion in the moderated Q&A portion of the discussion.
This free public webinar is presented by the Institute for Science & Policy and Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources, in partnership with the Center for Collaborative Conservation, the Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence, CSU Extension, and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The event will also be livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube.